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HOUSE BILL CALLS FOR $1.6B PROGRAM TO BOLSTER NURSING HOME WORKFORCE
McKnight's LTC News, April 12, 2024
Most directly, the proposed legislation would address the difficulty of retaining workers by providing wage subsidies...

"LADDERS AND LATTICES" PROVIDE CARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CNAs
McKnight's Senior Living, April 10, 2024
"As a CNA, ladders enable you to pursue opportunities to move 'up the ladder' into other positions, such as LPN, RN, or administrator."

POOR WORKING CONDITIONS ARE A TOP REASON NURSES LEAVE HEALTHCARE, STUDY SAYS
McKnight's LTC, April 10, 2024
"Nurses are not principally leaving for personal reasons, like going back to school or because they lack resilience."

UPDATED: CMS PROPOSES 4.1 PERCENT NURSING HOMES PAY BOOST; STAFFING MINIMUM NOT ADDRESSED
McKnight's LTC News, March 28, 2024
Meanwhile, nursing home operators and their various stakeholders remain on pins and needles about the fate of the proposed first-ever minimum staffing mandate.

NEW REPORT BLASTS NURSING HOME CITATIONS, RATE OF ABUSE TAGS
McKnight's LTC News, March 20, 2024
In recent months, federal and state governments have been ramping up investigations into fraud and abuse cases in eldercare.

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